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Erkelens & Olson Auctioneers
Auction: Thursday April 6th 2017 at 10 AM
Preview: Wednesday April 5th 10-4 PM
Address: 1267 S Main St. Heber City UT 84032
Cowboy Antiques and Artifacts, Collectable Photos, Hicory Chairs & Tables, Animal Mounts: Buffalo, Elk, Deer, Original Wood Flooring, Three Hole Sink, Light Fixtures, Bull Horns, Meat Grinder, Ovens, Grills, Burners, Stainless Hood, Walk-in Cooler, Glass Ware, Dishes, Misc. Tack, Wood Boths, Chandeliers, Signage, Rifles, Piano, Animal Hydes, 6 Burner Grill, Ovens, Warmers, Wagon Wheels and more!
Everything to be sold aboslute, with no minimums and no reserves. Give us a call w/ any questions 801-355-6655
Utah's Leading Auctioneers
Terms of Auction/Common Questions:
Everything is selling "as is, where is" what you see is what you get. No minimums & no reserves, all sales are final. To bid at the auction you must register for a bid card and by signing up for the bid card you agree to the terms listed on the bid-card. No fee to register. Remmoval and payment is immediate. Buyers are responsible for removal of their items. We charge sales tax of 6.85%
Terms of payment: Cash or certified funds. Certified funds are cashiers check made payable to Erkelens & Olson. Auction starts at 10 AM and we go in numerical order of the lot list. Lot list will be posted a few days before the sale. Items subject to change.
Call us with any questions 801-355-6655
Bid card terms: Cash-Checks will only be accepted if accompanied with bank letter of guarantee. EVERYTHING MUST BE PAID IN FULL ON THE DAY OF AUCTION regardless of when it is picked up. Buyers shall rely entirely on their own inspection and information. Every effort is made to "guard" merchandise throughout the auction, however, the bidder becomes solely responsible for all items purchased by him immediately following his winning bid. Therefore, he is advised to further guard his items at his own discretion. The bidder is responsible for knowing which item he is bidding on. If he is unsure, he should inquire or not bid. When you become the winning bidder at auction you have effected a contract and will be expected to pay for items in which you were evidenced to be the successful bidder. The auctioneer reserves the right to accept bids in any increment he feels is in the best interest of his client, the seller. The auctioneer reserves the right to reject the bidding of any person whose conduct, actions, or adverse comments he feels are not in the best interest of the seller.